Leanna Orr • June 26, 2017
The retirement system’s CIO talks about repairing its offices, slashing the meeting calendar, and normalizing operations — all things that “just didn’t exist here before,” he says.
Staff • June 25, 2017
The majority of institutional assets flowing in the U.S. is intermediated by investment consultants, according to new data from Cerulli Associates.
Staff • June 21, 2017
Willis Towers Watson offers an estimate of how much more investors can earn by sticking to a long horizon.
Joe McGrath • June 21, 2017
One Canada Square — the centerpiece of London’s redeveloped dockyards — made Canary Wharf into an ultra-tight commercial real estate market, one its owners look to capitalize on.
Imogen Rose-Smith • June 21, 2017
The veteran CIO shared his bearish five-year vison with the board of the Texas Teachers Retirement System. Now he’ll be executing — at UTIMCO.
Leanna Orr • June 19, 2017
Britt Harris’s surprising exit for UTIMCO opens up the second most sought-after CIO role in Texas.
Imogen Rose-Smith • June 16, 2017
The well-known CIO of the Teacher Retirement System of Texas is leaving to head up the investment office of the University of Texas’s endowment.
Joe McGrath • June 13, 2017
The firm has a checklist to help investors determine the green credentials of fund managers.
Imogen Rose-Smith • June 13, 2017
Al Gore’s Generation Investment Management and BMW’s venture capital arm have announced an investment in an electric bus company.
Leanna Orr • June 13, 2017
Kimberly Sargent, who began her career under David Swensen as an analyst at the Yale Investments Office, will take over the $6.7 billion Silicon Valley fund.
Julie Segal • June 12, 2017
Pensions, endowments and others buy into smart beta investing, but could be setting themselves up for disappointment.
Joe McGrath • June 08, 2017
Asset management groups are warning that any special treatment granted to the company for a U.K. listing could harm investors.
Alicia McElhaney • June 07, 2017
A Preqin report shows fundraising for conventional energy has fallen significantly from its 2015 peak.
Staff • June 07, 2017
More competition for a limited supply of viable investments has pushed up prices, according to Cambridge Associates.
Joe McGrath • June 07, 2017
Thursday’s U.K. general election has hedge funds and mutual fund managers positioned for a fall in the country’s currency, even as they expect the Conservatives to prevail.
Julie Segal • June 06, 2017
One of the largest providers of variable annuities is planning to bump PIMCO's total return strategy out of its products, replacing it with DoubleLine’s core fixed income fund.
Joe McGrath • June 06, 2017
Better-than-expected economic data and the election of French President Emmanuel Macron has created a renewed sense of optimism for European integration, fund managers say.
Sheila Dang • June 06, 2017
Houston’s firefighters say the city’s pension reform bill unfairly targets their fund.
Julie Segal • June 05, 2017
With institutional investors continuing to invest in BDCs and other forms of private credit, money managers are in hiring mode — and experienced private debt pros are in high demand.
Joe McGrath • June 05, 2017
Investment consultants are working with asset managers to help struggling defined benefit schemes in Europe.
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